I often tire of hearing people whine, bitch and complain about being discriminated against when they openly want to discriminate against others themselves. Certain Christians are often declaring that they are being discriminated against based on their faith because of mandatory prayer being removed from schools, ect. But then these same Christians have no problem discriminating against others based on sexual orientation. Here's a great example:
Vera has been trying really hard to justify her own admission that she wouldn't hire a gay person to work in a preschool. See these two comments if you want to read what she has to say on the subject: Vera to Iago 1 Vera to Iago 2
Now, let's say I had a business and I had Vera's attitude. Maybe I could ask 'those more sensitive questions' about her religion and 'pass over someone that I felt would cause these children to make a wrong conclusion' about the existence of a deity. I doubt that Vera would agree that I should be able to do that, but of course in her mind it's ok to discriminate based on her personal preferences of what she deems to be right and wrong.
Just for the record, I wouldn't discriminate against people based on their faith, race, gender, sexual orientation, ect. The scenario I used above is not something I would do. I do not condone discrimination in the workplace or in our schools. But you can't have it both ways, folks.
Sorry I've been posting so much but I'm going on vacation soon so I guess I need to get it out of my system.